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All professions that serve to:

  •     -  satisfy the needs of customers (airlines, assistants, passengers, etc.) by managing, controlling and optimising airport services in the short and medium term (air traffic handling, customer reception and orientation),

        -  maintain relations across the network of airport partners.

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The Runway Officer is mainly responsible for participating in the correct management of airport resources and ensuring the transfer of passengers and crews between the aircraft and terminal.

  • Driving licence (Cat. D.), FCOS, FIMO, Airport Apron Licence,
  • Excellent knowledge of the airport and aeronautical environments,
  • Expert in safety rules.
Key missions
  • To carry out passenger circuit clearances in accordance with security regulations, and ensure their proper implementation,
  • To regulate boarding and disembarking operations on the ground and in real-time consultation with the COO (Coordination and Operations Officer), in order to prevent any crossing of passenger flows (departure and arrival),
  • To check the proper functioning of airport resources (following checklists) by carrying out regular inspections and ensuring the initiation and verification of technical interventions,
  • To carry passengers/crew between the aircraft and terminal in accordance with safety and traffic rules in force across the airport apron.
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CO Officer

The Coordination and Operations Officer is responsible for allocating and optimising airport resources by forecasting and managing air traffic in real time.

  • High level of English,
  • Excellent knowledge of the airport and aeronautical environments,
  • Proficient in airport and aeronautical vocabulary and codes,
  • Proficient in operations and safety rules.
Key missions
  • To allocate and optimise airport resources (car parks, seating, walkways, baggage conveyors, access, buses) according to fluctuating air traffic,
  • To coordinate and regulate the flow of arriving and departing passengers and check-in desks in compliance with safety and security regulations,
  • To handle private flights by allocating resources and assisting passengers and crew with cross-border formalities,
  • To convey instructions to operating staff, subcontractors and the air traffic control tower.
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The Duty Station Manager is responsible for the management and coordination of all teams dedicated to operations within the Passenger Terminal.

  • Expertise in national and European regulations related to the profession,
  • Expertise in airport operations and air navigation,
  • Management of business activity’s impact (finances, image, organisation, etc.),
  • Fluent in English,
  • Proficient in job-related computer and desktop tools,
  • Management.
Key missions
  • To ensure the management and coordination of all teams dedicated to operations within the passenger terminal (both in-house and subcontracted),
  • To guarantee customer satisfaction (airlines, assistants, operations and passengers) in compliance with the rules of safety, security, quality and optimisation,
  • To represent the airport operator to both passengers and airport operating staff,
  • To keep a watchful eye on the state of the terminal, traffic area and airport facilities in order to inform customers of any disruptions,
  • To ensure that the regulatory compliance of airport facilities and equipment is maintained in coordination with the relevant departments,
  • To ensure the management and operational leadership of the teams under his / her authority (Terminal, Airport Apron, Operations Coordination and Operational Security Units).
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